The Medieval Records of A London City Church St Mary At Hill, 1420-1559. Originally published by Trübner, London, 1905.
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NOTE ON THE FURNITURE IN USE AT THE CONSECRATION OF A CHURCH.
(fn. 1)Thees bee thoo thynges that been necessary for the halowyng of a churche.
Item, the church and the chauncell flore most be clene voyded from dextes. and segees. and fayre swoped with a Besom'. i which floor fro the northe corner of the chauncell to the southe corner of the churche ende throw all the churche, and fro the este corner of the chauncell down' to the west corner of the churche. ther most be made in the flore or pament an Andrewes crosse of small sonde of a foote Brede. and an yarde thyck atte leest.
All thees thinges above saide. except sond, been necessary and requysyte aswel in the halowyng of a churche yerd. by hym self. as in the halowyng of a churche and the awter:/ Savyng ouer this. in the halowyng of a churcheyerd, ther most be ordeyned .iiij. laarge crosses of tree of .iij. (?.vi.) foote of heyghe. whiche most stond fastened in the erthe at .iiij. corners of the church yerd.